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Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Working With Magick Lamps

The type of lamp refered to here is the hurricane or kerosene lamp. Like gris-gris bags, magick lamps are made for many purposes. The basic fuel used is a blend of castor oil, olive oil and kerosene. here you will use two thirds kerosene to one third oil mixture. To this basic fuel mixture is added other ingredients which are analogous to the magick being worked: magnets, essential oils, herbs, pepper, red wne, etc.

Note: You can also use other simple oil lamps, such as terracotta lamps or homemade lamps using mason jars, wine bottles, shells, and etc. When using those types of lamps the basic fuel would be either olive oil, palm oil, or coconut oil. As always be careful and follow fire safety rules.

When properly made, magickal lamps have excellent results. Results obtained from working with lamps are best when prayers are said as you fill the lamp with more fuel each day at the same time. Once the lamp is lit, it cannot be extinguished until satisfaction is obtained. If you don't need to fill the lamp as you say your prayer, then the lamp is moved in a circular motion, clockwise, as you repeat your desire.

The prayers which are give to use with the individual lamps are usually directed to a particular Saint due to the Catholic influence, however there is no reason why a prayer cannot be directed to whatever God or Goddess you feel an affinity for.

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